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Pyro Canyon

(Cosmic Sparks #4)

4.43  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  2 reviews
It's a galaxy-wide red alert...again.

And it's Corporal Gus Trillion's job at the Propaganda Office to drum up recruits. But the colonists have heard one too many calls to arm to care. Disabled in battle and on the verge of burnout, Gus feels pretty apathetic himself—until his reporter friend Lyssa Baltacha stumbles upon top secret satellite footage indicating that the tre
ebook, 104 pages
Published June 4th 2012 by Carina Press (first published January 1st 2012)
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Ben Hammott
Mar 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The Sheikers are coming and its its up to a band of likeable misfits to save their planet and the solar system.
I have previously read and enjoyed Alien Safari so I was looking forward to reading Robert's Pyro Canyon.

Pyro Canyon Main characters:
Gus Trillion, a man who had awoken not only to a new world but a new face and body.
An enthusiastic and feisty news reporter Lyssa Baltacha, who discovers top secret satellite footage indicating that the treacherous Sheikers are planning to invade human-occ
Lee-Ann Graff-Vinson
Jun 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
When Corporal Second Rate, Gus Trillion awoke, his world, as he knew it, had changed. So had his face. Gus was not only a wounded ISPA Veteran, but the entire right side of his body was no longer his own. Cybernetic reconstruction enabled him to function, but his life was no longer his own. He belonged to the memories of old. He had survived. He had adapted. He was his father’s son.

Raker, Lyssa Baltacha never backed off from a headline news story. But, when the story involves a devastating att
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Robert Appleton is an English author of science fiction, steampunk and historical fiction. He has written for Harlequin Carina Press, Samhain, and various other publishers. In his free time he hikes, plays soccer, and kayaks whenever he can. His favourite books and movies, like his own fiction, usually take place in the distant past or the far future. The night sky is his inspiration.

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Cosmic Sparks (4 books)
  • Alien Velocity
  • Sparks in Cosmic Dust (Cosmic Frontiers #1)
  • Cyber Sparks (Cosmic Frontiers, #2)